Seth H. Bramson

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Setting: Florida
Genre: Non-Fiction, Florida History

Seth H. Bramson has lived in the Miami area since 1946 and is nationally known as the foremost authority on the history of transportation to, from, and within Florida. He is the company historian of the Florida East Coast Railway and the author of Speedway to Sunshine, the history of that famous line, and Images of America: Miami Beach. He is coauthor of The Plant System of Railroads, Steamships, and Hotels. Bramson’s collection of Miami memorabilia and Floridiana is the largest such private collection in America. He is a faculty member at both Barry University in Miami Shores and Florida International University in Miami, where he teaches Florida and South Florida history and the history of American railroads. Bramson has written more than 60 articles on Florida’s local and transportation history.

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Book List

Hallandale Beach, Florida : for more than ninety years Broward County's city of choice (2010)
From farm and fields to the future : the incredible history of North Miami Beach (2009)
Sunshine, Stone Crabs and Cheesecake: the Story of Miami Beach (2009)
The Curtiss-Bright cities : Hialeah, Miami Springs, and Opa Locka (2008)
L'chaim! : the history of the Jewish community of greater Miami (2008)
33154 : the story of Bal Harbour, Bay Harbor Islands, Indian Creek Village & Surfside (2008)
Historic photos of Palm Beach County (2007)
Miami : the magic city (2007)
Historic photos of greater Miami (2007)
Boulevard of dreams : a pictorial history of El Portal, Biscayne Park, Miami Shores, and North Miami (2007)
Coral Gables (2006)
Miami Beach (2005)
Speedway to sunshine : the story of the Florida East Coast Railway (2003)

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